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Lil' Bush: Resident of United States - Season Two

4.8 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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As the presidency of George W. Bush winds down into the annals of history, the Commander-in-Chief's pint-sized, animated counterpart continues to wreak havoc on Washington, D.C. in the sophomore season of Lil' Bush: Resident of the United States. The 10 episodes featured on the double-disc set are stronger that their first season predecessor; the machinations of G.W. and his grade school cronies are sharper, ruder and funnier here, most notably in "Big Pharma," where both the Lil' Cronies and George Sr. experience some unexpected side effects from ill-gotten prescription drugs. A horde of new characters are also introduced in Season 2, from Lil' Fred Thompson (complete with his own Law and Order intro) to the bear-riding, hyper-aggressive Lil' Vladimir Putin, who takes on Lil' George in "Pooty-Poot." The whole thing comes to a close with "Anthem/China," which has George Sr. trying out a new National Anthem, while the gang declares war on the Asian superpower after Lil' George's Father's Day gift proves a dud. The finale also appears to serve as the series conclusion as well, which is well, as it's a solid indication of the show's knack for broad and outrageous parody. Extras include audio commentaries on six of the episodes by the voice cast and production team, who discuss deleted scenes and gags that ran afoul of the network; a battery of viral video parodies (including the infamous "Obama Girl" spot) and a spate of animatics round out the supplements. Fans should note that the DVD is uncensored and restores much of the vulgar dialogue bleeped during network broadcast. --Paul Gaita

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Product Details

  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: October 14, 2008
  • Run Time: 220 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BN4WJK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,366 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Lil' Bush is a good animated show. It covers many sociopolitical issues of the day although not as directly as South Park and it doesn't induce laughter tears like South Park and Family Guy. Still, there are some very funny lines and situations in these episode which can be subtle or over-the-top (usually the outlandish stuff involves Barbara Bush who is just as loose and sexually deviant, if not more so, in this season as in the first). The second season seems to have a lot more swearing in it, some of it very funny but others seem a bit unnecessary. Condoleezza has some major mood swings in this season and swears a lot more. Jeb does not have as big of a role in this season and there is not as much music. Also, all but the final episode is full-length instead of being divided into two separate episodes like in season 1. To stretch the stories out, there are some filler elements like "Cheneyoki," "The More you Know" take-offs, Laugh-In Skits, "Letter Time", and "Demo-Bratz" starring Lil' Hillary and Lil' Nancy Pelosi. There are more political figures introduced in this season like Vladmir Putin, Fred Thompson, and Mitt Romney. Story and joke styles remain the same, so, if you liked season 1, you'll like this one, too. It is also cool that they got this season out relatively quickly after it originally aired.

Disc 1:
"St. Patrick's Day"--Opening White House message: McCain endorsement. Lil' Bush and his cronies are punished for giving Lil' Al Gore toilet "swirlies" (Gore: "I hope this is a low-flow toilet") by having to help the Lil' Dems organize a St. Patrick's Day parade. They decide to crash the Lil' Dems all-inclusive parade plans by seeking the help of Karl Rove. Barbara Bush suffers a tanning bed mishap.
"Big Pharma"--Opening: doctored photo of Obama.
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I'm not one for too much political humor but when I first saw this show on Comedy Central, I fell on the floor from laughing so hard. I hope that they don't cancel the show just cause baby Bush is leaving office! My wife thinks it's a little too out there but what does she know!
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My husband and I only caught a few episodes on TV and could never find out where to order the seasons. Comedy Central never had them available. I bought all 3 and we are very pleased with them. I have even loaned them out to others who never heard of the sitcom.
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Unless you really like the series, the $40+ for it is not worth it. It is quite a rare product.
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